Aging, Eye Creams, Skin Care

Lancôme Renergie Yeux Multiople Lift – Next for testing!

Next on my testing list is Lancôme Renergie Yeux Multiople Lift. I will be testing it on myself but since I have minimal eye aging issues, for now, a friend of mine who hates her crows feet , darkness and puffiness will also be testing the product.



This is a double formula treatment which claims to produce six effects:

  • a firmer eye contour
  • minimised crow’s feet
  • fine lines and wrinkles
  • diminished dark circles
  • reduced under eye puffiness
  • and a visibly more luminous eye

The cream also claims to help the skin around the eye contour to become progressively firmer.

Sounds good right? I’m in. I haven’t used many eye creams before, you may have noticed their absence on my blog.

Recommended application:

Step 1: gently apply a small amount of cream to the eye contour starting at the inner corner of the eye: Under the eye, smooth over any puffiness or dark circles. On the upper eyelid, including over the eyebrow.From the outer corner of the eye up to the temple to smooth out crow’s feet. Repeat each movement three times.

Step 2: after applying the cream, apply the protective illuminating treatment with the fingertips over three specific areas: The inner corner of the eye, dark circles and puffiness, below the eyebrows. Carry out light, circular movements until the texture blends perfectly into the skin.

The cream should be applied every morning to clean skin before applying make-up.

I think I can manage that!

Complimentary ‘eye spa service’ at the launch

Also to celebrate the launch Lancôme Arnotts team are in store today from 6pm and they are offering a complimentary ‘eye spa service’ with their skincare and makeup service.

Availability and Price

Lancôme Renergie Yeux Multiople Lift is exclusive to Arnotts from March 3rd – April 1st 2011 and is priced at €53. Steep, but hopefully worth it.

I’ll get back to you on the effects of this one after a few weeks of testing.

What eye cream are you using at the moment?


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  • Angeline

    Only a smiling visitor here to share the love (:, btw outstanding design and style .

  • Trish

    As my under eye area is the bane of my existence, I am forever trying new ones (and a small fortune has been spent). As I survey the endless collection of partially used tubs and tubes in the cupboard, I am beginning to believe that ‘eye creams’ are a marketing gimmick. So here’s an example of how desperate I am to hydrate the Sahara Desert that is my eye area… I bought Clinique Intensive Eye Cream (my eyeballs are also ridiculously reactive) and said to myself “if this doesn’t work, this is the LAST eye cream I will ever buy”. It didn’t hydrate at all, so I bought Origins Eye Relief, and again told myself “I will NEVER spend money on eye cream again, if this doesn’t work”. Well, it got lost in the sand dunes also. So I’m at my local drugstore, discussing my sensitive skin/eyes with a consultant who suffers worse than me, but also has incredible knowledge into products and such. She recommends Shiseido Benefiance Anti Wrinkle Eye Cream. I tell her I think eye creams are a gimmick, as she smears this thick cream on the back of my dry Canadian-winter hand and I go home with a sample. Well don’t I return the next day and fork over the $65. I didn’t buy it because it did such an amazing job, but because of the promise it might just do battle with the crispy crunch… we will see.

  • EmmaD

    Dyin’ to find our what you think of this. I need a decent eye cream. Sick of my cheapo ones that have done nothing :(

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